TED NELSON'S PUBLISHED PAPERS ON COMPUTERS AND INTERACTION, 1965 to 1977.
The pages are numbered in the order in which I was able to find the articles, when I hurriedly published them (by Xerox copier) in 1977.
It was this book that persuaded John Walker, founder of Autodesk, to back the Xanadu® project in 1988.
The illustrations in "New Media and Creative Facilities" (pp. 5-7), are of particular interest. This large leaflet (on 11x17 paper) was printed around 1965, when I was at Vassar, and foresaw much of our modern world. There was probably a fourth page, which may turn up in the files.
The "Hypertext Notes" of 1967 (pp. 14-30) predicted much of what we have and much that we still don't.
"As We Will Think" (page 50) was published no later than 1972 (the ACM has it wrong).
"Getting It Out of Our System" (starting p. 53) compares computer media to the history of films, I believe correctly.
BEST PIECE TO READ: "Computopia and Cybercrud." The second page (page 66) is a ringing declaration of what computer media will be like, compared to what computer people thought at that time (1970). Was I wrong? The first paragraphs of page 69 say nasty things about the educational system. Was I wrong? Page 74-- I say we need smooth text motion. And "END" (page 76) is an excellent summary.
"A Conceptual Framework for Man-Machine Everything" (p.76) may or may not have been published in a conference proceeding. This requires searching my archives-- the ACM's archives are clearly screwed up.
The last piece, "Design of a Transcendental Literary Network," says it is for the NCC proceedings of 1977. Whether it made it to print I don't know, but it's a pretty good closure for the package.